Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Dec 23, 2011.

  1. "...the street finds its own uses for things... " - William Gibson - Burning Chrome, 1982.

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  2. Enturbulette Member

    Blind, bought off, sold, and passed around like pretty little slave girls servicing the bloated corporate puppetmasters.
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  3. Anonymous Member

    If this passes it with be The whole world VS American Government OR America will just go anarchy.
  4. Anonymous Member

    I think you overestimate the number of people who know... or care.
  5. Anonymous Member

    I'm not american
  6. Datalove Member

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  8. bcd0101 Member

    No is necesary that all people suport this kind of law.
    Im feel very angry for SOPA
  9. Anonymous Member

  10. naveman Member

    yes indeed
  11. Dragononymous Member

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  12. Marassast Member

    Has sopa passed? has sony and godaddy stopped supporting it?
    cheers <3
  13. Anonymous Member

    No, troll.
  14. Anonymous Member

    Actually it is, EA Games, Sony and Nintendo have backed out on supporting SOPA
  15. Dragononymous Member

    use other bloody thread?
  16. 00anon00 Member

    Wait...wheres the blood?
  17. there is a thread already on sopa for alot more information i would vist there. however here are some links what you can read up on:

    join the SOPA thread i have posted more links there too however i wouldnt get comfortablejust becuase its delayed dosn't mean that it wont still happen keep voicing your opinion and keep fighting against the act till it is gone !
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  18. James Spader Member

    SOPA threads merged.
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  19. Datalove Member

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  20. The Heretic Member

    Gonna lose a rather substantial part of my income should SOPA come into force.

    Unfortunately, I can't do much about it because I'm not an American.

    So get your asses up and make sure I'll keep making money you fags.
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  21. Anonyway Member

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  22. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Yup, US is learning from the Chinese and N Korea, don't sell off grampaq's ham radio quite yet eh!

    thanks for the vid and welcome! Heard this on the news the other day, this vid explains it much more concisely.

    Pissing off the interwebs, HAS IT WORKED YET?
  23. Datalove Member

    Stop being heartless ... :
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  24. Anonymous Member

    Jan. 14, 2012 Huffington post report about a favorable White House response to petitions opposing SOPA and PIPA:

    White House Will Not Support SOPA, PIPA
  25. Anonymous Member

    Don't celebrate yet...
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  26. Budd Member

    Similar to how Facebook can close your account with just one anonymous complaint from somebody, and you can't do anything about it.

    1984 has finally arrived... only twenty-eight years late.
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  27. Anonymous Member

  28. DeathHamster Member

    Facebook can't close my account.
  29. decker Member

    Original post:
    Ok after some people replied to this thread I decided that it needs a little update. Im now waiting for the admins to change the title of the post. but now its about the sites that are supporting the fight against SOPA / PIPA.

    Here goes:
    There are some really giants in the online world that are joining in today to show they support against SOPA / PIPA. Here are some examples:

    Wikipedia (english site only) total black-out

    ______________________________________________________________ logo blackout (US only)
    [IMG] (only on the US version of google)

    Also there is a link to the petition on the front page, really nice. Would have loved if they removed the search function for just one day. Everyone in the world would know about SOPA / PIPA :)

    Reddit total blackout.

    Nice nice nice...

    ______________________________________________________________ total blackout
    Also really nice.
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  30. Enturbulette Member

    Motion Picture Ass of America has a very very big stake in getting SOPA passed in its most draconian form, and is throwing a lot of lobbying money at this effort. Today, chief of the MPAA and former Senator blasts the SOPA blackout protests.

    "A so-called “blackout” is yet another gimmick, albeit a dangerous one, designed to punish elected and administration officials who are working diligently to protect American jobs from foreign criminals."

    Talk about disinformation. Here is the little threatened man's so-called website and his post -
  31. anoni81b4u Member

    SOPA help from wikipedia
    WIKIPEDIA IS BLACKED OUT !!!! for 24 hours
    go to the site ... put in your zip code and your state reps will appear along with the phone #s .... CALL THESE FUCKERS AND TELL THEM ITS HORSE SHIT ... thats what i did and remeind them that NDAA is bullshit also
    thank you ... owner of wikipedea ... whoever you are .. ballsy move ... i like that :)
  32. anoni81b4u Member

    GO TO WIKIPEDIA .. put in your zip and call your local state reps...
    I did ... and dont forget to tell them the NDAA is bullshit also and we want it gone
  33. Incredulicide Member

    People's reaction on twitter:!/herpderpedia

  34. Anonymous Member

    LOL "Why doesn't Wikipedia want us to use SOAP anymore. The internet is dirty."
  35. Anonymous Member

    That comment section looks like the dome
  36. decker Member

    hahaha love the twits... Man people are clueless.

  37. Enturbulette Member

    Some sites are staying online, but posting alerts or notices for their users, urging them to take action to defeat SOPA and PIPA. Craigslist has already placed a prominent alert on its many metro hubs. Scribd, which calls itself the world’s largest online document repository, plans to activate an anti-SOPA/PIPA popup that visitors to its network will see when attempting to access documents.
    And OpenDNS, the world’s largest independent DNS provider, has announced it will join in the protest by randomly censoring results returned by the OpenDNS guide.
    Some participants are:

    The Internet Archive
    Hacktivist group, Anonymous (whaa? okay forgive the website owner who posted this he knows not what he says)
    The entire Cheezburger Network
    Destructoid.comRed 5 Studios, developer of the Firefall MMO and Popular MMO, Minecraft
    NLB Creations– my own site
    Webmaster community Admin Forums
    Web design company,
    Gaming site Video Game Generation
    Right Angle Recording
    All sites in Major League Gaming’s network
    Errata Security
    XDA Developers
    Gaming site,
    Hey It’s Free!– confirmed via email
    Harder Blogger Faster
    Colossal Mind
    Sonic Retro
    Working It Out – confirmed via comments
    Through the Eyes of a Pirate – confirmed via Pirate Party
    Cynical Brit
    Platform Nation
    Digital Suicide – confirmed via comments
    Kahn Labs
    Joyblind – confirmed via email
    A Much Better Way – confirmed via comments
    [H]ard OCP Gaming Community – confirmed via comments
    GamersTube.comBoing Boing
    Inkerro – confirmed via comments
    The Weekly Gripe – confirmed via comments
    Leslie Networks – “We will not be preforming a full black out but will be displaying a SOPA message on our site and possibly more.” – via comments and Twitter
    WordPress for Business Websites – confirmed via comments
    Simply Fixed – confirmed via comments
    FriendStream – confirmed via comments
    TacticalCraft – confirmed via comments – confirmed via comments
    EcchiDreams (link NSFW) – confirmed via comments
    RaGEZONE – confirmed via comments
    Raspberry Pi – confirmed via comments and site
    GeNyaa – confirmed via comments
    Rational Responders – confirmed via comments
    Brian Sapient – confirmed via comments
    Celebrity Atheists – confirmed via comments
    Red Dawn Movie News
    Splitkick – via TwitterNerd ReactorStumble Down Under
    Sfera Hosting – confirmed via comments
    Tekeremata – confirmed via comments
    Secta Hentai (link NSFW) – confirmed via comments
    Partido Pirata – confirmed via comments
    Jovenes Piratas – confirmed via comments
    Pirata Salocin – confirmed via comments
    Amanecer Sombrio – confirmed via comments
    Kobra Photography – confirmed via comments
    Wikipedia – confirmed via TwitterSuper Seed Box – confirmed via comments – confirmed via comments
    RootzWiki – confirmed via comments
    Regretsy - confirmed via – confirmed via comments
    What Time In – confirmed via comments – confirmed via comments – confirmed via comments – confirmed via commentsEclipse Guild – confirmed via commentsMobile Express DJs – confirmed via comments
    Shakespeare Monologues – confirmed via comments – confirmed via comments – confirmed via comments
    XBMC – confirmed via comments
    The Internet Archive – confirmed via comments
    Tecnomundo – confirmed via comments

    What can you do to show your support?
    Facebook users are also urged to protest by joining the “Stop Internet Censorship by Protesting SOPA event” and posting censored photo gallerys to their Facebook walls on the 18th.
    WordPress users wanting to join in the protest might find the SOPA Blackout plugin, which adds a temporary 503 status and customisable page to your site automatically. Blogspot users can easily show their support, too.

    Full list and other links here:
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